Drama Republic uploaded assemblies and promos to Aframe daily, generating share links of just the required footage for the ream to review wherever they were, with no training and without the need for any hardware or software.
Harnessing a cost-effective mechanism for multi-national collaboration and high-level storage over a short production cycle.
Aframe helped eliminate nearly a full day spent waiting for review content to arrive, saved shipment costs and hassle, and kept production on the same page creatively with newfound ease.
The successful automation of media movement on the production of the crime series ‘Ripper Street’, provided the catalyst for Tiger Aspect to extend allegiance with Aframe’s specialist software.
Aframe's proxy first workflow saved producers 20 weeks in the edit, equating to about two weeks per episode.
Collecting, viewing, and distributing footage to a large range of dispersed collaborators on Channel 4's highest rating drama, The Mill.
Clean Cut Media needed a way to accelerate review and approval of highlights and promo packages, as well as providing remote access anywhere around the globe by ATP’s team and local partners.
Logging and organising a large amount of rushes before the edit is a long and expensive process. The BBC production unit urgently required a dependable vendor that could harness a smarter pre-edit preparation mechanism.
Maverick TV shortened their end-to-end workflows by moving large high-resolution video files to the cloud - saving 15% on the overall post production budget.
Viacom required a vendor that could upload video footage in near real time and provide secure access to footage for over 500 globally located media outlets.
The production of reality show 'World's Toughest Trucker', quickly turned into a 4,000 hour, 26TB multi-format shoot - all of which needed transcoding, ingesting and logging in one system.
As opportunities were exploding through the popularity of the Homeland franchise, Keshet needed a system that could cope with the challenges facing distributors when selling and sharing content on a global scale.
MarVista were able to organize quick identification, deliver fixes of issues the next day, and help working teams of artists and producers at different locations to communicate creative decisions more readily.
Factual entertainment shows typically have very high shoot-to-air ratios. With 450 hours of footage shot for 8-episodes, the production of the 4th series presented several problems for the team.
Reversioning footage for global markets
Aframe provided support for the filming of CPL's pensioner prank show pilot, 'Off Their Rockers'
To provide broadcasters all over the world with highlights quickly and efficiently, Giant Film & TV worked with Aframe to log footage from a live event feed using Aframe’s unique tagging service.
When you are selling some of the world’s most exciting sports programming to some of the biggest and most respected broadcasters in the world, being able to share content quickly is an essential part of the sales process.
When Thumbs Up Productions moved editing in-house for a new production, they needed to think carefully about a secure and reliable back-up strategy for their rushes.
A new independent film, 'Rising Tide', has premiered after using a revolutionary new workflow with Aframe, a first for the online video production platform.
Northeastern University Professors use Aframe to introduce the concept and importance of digital asset management within the context of file-based workflows.